Gallup recently reported that employee engagement levels stayed stagnant in 2015. According to their data, 32% of employees are engaged with their jobs. And this isn’t new. In fact, these levels of engagement have remained flat for the last 5 years. Companies with an engaging onboarding program retained 91% of their first-year workers (SHRM) and new hires who went through a well-structured onboarding program were 69% more likely to remain at a company up to three years (TalentWise).
There are clear, tangible, bottom-line results to investing in engaging employees from Day 1. Why is employee engagement important for your organization?
Engaged employees willingly go beyond the call of duty. They regularly invest extra effort to accomplish the work, mission and vision of an organization. An engagement culture should be viewed as an everyday practice, rather than a transactional event.
Attend this event and learn from leading experts about their real world experience in developing and maintaining an engaged workforce. We will discuss what to measure, when to measure it, how to ensure the insights go to the right people and how to make these insights actionable.